Overview

North-7 is a creative collective of young artists from Saint-Petersburg, which emerged in 2013 on the basis of a research base of the same name. 

 

The artists work with different mediums — performative theatre, living sculpture, happening, site-specific projects, painting, and sculpture. They experiment with various artistic languages, but performance remains the core of their practice as a strategy of real-time collective experience. 

 

Main group members include Anna Andrzhievskaya, Pyotr Dyakov, Vadim Kondakov, Alexander and Elizaveta Tsikarishvili, Leonid Tskhe, Ivan Chemakin, Nestor Engelke. However, throughout their creative career, North-7 has also worked with Ilya Grishaev, Asya Marakulina, and Zhanna Nagoryanskaya.

 

Gallery progects
Exhibitions

2020
Nevsky Express. Art4 Museum. Moscow, Russia.

 

2019
Lost & Found North-7 Expedition. M HKA. Antwerp, Belgium.
Summer camp 07/19. Anna Nova Gallery. Staint Petersburg, Russia.
Horizon-19. New Museum. St. Petersburg, Russia.

 

2018
SADPP-7. OVCHARENKO. Moscow, Russia.
Thank You. Book Illustration Library. Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Ryk-Pitek. Masters School. Saint Petersburg, Russia.

 

2017
The Seventh Part of the World. Name Gallery. Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Flying Bar, installation. Barents Spektakel Festival. Kirkenes, Norway.
School of Active Drawing and Performative Posing. Museum of Nonconformist Art. Saint Petersburg, Russia.

 

2015
The Hunting of the Snar-k. St Petersburg Museum of Avant-garde. Saint Petersburg, Russia.
North-7. Archive Exhibition. Contemporary Art Space. Batumi, Georgia.
In the Absence of the Artist. Research Base North-7. Saint Petersburg, Russia.
YATLZYATP, performance. Brewing Shop. Moscow, Russia.

 

2014
Signal. The Art of the Present. KB Signal. Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Towers. Parallel program of MANIFESTA 10. Research Base North-7. Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Northern Market. 7th Independent Fair of Contemporary Art. Research Base North-7. Saint Petersburg, Russia.